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would be a fraction what could happen in the future. >> if that proposition passes we better start funding a lot of treatment programs. >> pg & e talking about its other high-risk pipeline. new information as the community comes together to remember a mother and daughter killed in the san bruno explosion. if you're just joining us, we've been on early because of the giants game. >> seven painful days. a week ago tonight, we were bringing horrible images of the san bruno explosion and the fire that followed. breath taking stories of survival and heartbreaking stores of loss. those victims were honored. mourners filled st. cecilia's church to remember the life and love shared by jacqueline and janessa greg. mom and daughter died together last thursday.
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nbc's diane joiner joins us from san francisco. it's so sad. >> absolutely, jessica. one thing overwhelming with the love and support from the greg family, st. cecala's church was standing room only for the rosary and wake tonight. >> our father. >> our father, hallowed be thy name. >> no matter what, we were always there and always will be there for one another. god, thank you for jackie. >> i saw her that morning. and you would never think that -- would you never thinkñr that that was going to be the last time you would ever see someone. >> you know, home is supposed to
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be the place where you're safe. so she was making -- probably making dinner. janessa home. able to do homework early. they were just home and waiting for gaby to get back. i kept thinking maybe they were out, maybe they were doing an err errand, anywhere else. >> at the rosary tonight, the school played a videotape from janessa, when she spoke to the same congregation for her confirmation. >> go ahead and look around. notice a church full of smiling faces. the people who really do care about us. our church is full of confirmation candidates, families, sponsors, teachers, and friends, who all support us in our faith. >> faith was a very strong message here tonight.
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one story the monsignor told me was a first grader who decided to write a letter to janessa, who was in eighth grade and she wrote "i hope your first day in heaven was fantastic." so, family and friends will gather here again tomorrow for the funeral at st. cecilia's. >> can't say it better than that little first grader. thank you. relatives of three family members listed as missing in that explosion are confirming what they dreaded. three generations died in their san bruno home. this is a picture of 50-year-old gregory bulles and the 17-year-old son. at their residence at 1690 clearmont, the remains of two male victims and one female victim were confirmed. the family announced the passing of la von, greg, and william
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bulles. amid the devastation, stories of courage and bravery. tonight, a hero was reunited with a woman he risked his life to save. and we were invited to be part of it. we are live in san bruno with that emotional story. george. >> oh, yeah. it was amazing just to be there to witness a survivor of this event. thank a hero for saving her life. we have heroes, first responders, firefighters, they are heroes. what about the neighbors down the street? they can be heroes to. especially when they risk their lives to help save others. >> reporter: in the eyes of 96-year-old mary sweeney, she's doing fine. this man, bob cantrini, is her hero. >> hi, there. do you remember bob? he helped you? >> thank you. >> how are you? >> i'm fine now. thank you. >> i'm so happy you're better. >> i'm better.
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>> and you're safe. >> thank you. and you have my thanks. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: a stranger whoñi risked his life to save someone he didn't even know. as the fire continued to roar, cantrini went into this smoke filled way not once, but twice. >> i just had a feeling in my heart, in my gut, i didn't go to the back of the house. i got go back in. >> i knew i had to get out, and i can't walk, and i couldn't get out. you know, and then help -- help came. >> it was just amazing when i went down the hallway and i saw you in the room, i said, oh, my goodness. >> and you helped me get out. >> we got you out. >> and thank you. >> you're very welcome. >> reporter: five women from the home are alive because of the
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cantrin inchi cantrinis. >> just a guy that wanted to help. and i wish more people would. >> they are heroes, and they saved a life. i'm convinced of that. >> i'm very grateful. very grateful. >> they also want to make sure a man named frank gets recognized for his efforts as well. they don't know who he is or where he's from, but he also helped to save these women. >> in the spirit of kindness alive and well. a band-aid for san bruno, an outporing of compassion in the form of a concert for fire victims. ♪ >> in just four days, south san francisco put together the fund-raiser band-aid for san
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bruno. ten bands performed. proceeds from the $20 cover charge and cash from a donatn box, all went to the victims of a gas explosion. >> all of those funds are going to go to the relief efforts in san bruno for the city of san bruno. and the whole event tonight is for them, and it's the neighbors pulling together for a neighborhood that they watched go through a lot of pain and a lot of tragedy. >> the money will go to a red cross fund, as well as a fund set up directly for the city of san bruno. from raising funds to raising concern. hundreds of high-risk gas pipelines are going çóunchecked across the bay area. nearly 300 miles of pipeline are classified as needing stricter inspection. that's not expected to be completed by the year 2012. the utilities inspect pipelines of heavily populated pipelines. but it takes years to get to all of them. state regulators may ask pg & e
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to speed up the process. they will not reveal the location of lines that haven't been inspected yet. legislative lockup in less than an hour, california will set a new low for the longest budget impasse ever. tomorrow marks the 79th day the state has gone without a resolution to the $19 billion defic deficit. top lawmakers huddled at the capital tonight with no deal. >> we're all negotiating, giving up something. and i don't think we have a budget in the last couple of years that everybody is proud of. get it done in a day. not that difficult to do. it's having the will power to make the tough decisions. >> democrats and republicans had a standoff over whether new taxes or spending cuts are needed. given the impasse, we may not get a new budget before the november election. both sides back at the table tomorrow. bay area foodies don't have
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to go far to get fine dining. the food truck phenomenon is booming. you don't know what is behind the counter. >> what are you serving tonight? >> chemicals, remember, you have to be separated. >> tonight at 11:00, insiders tell all. a revealing investigation into how clean gourmet trucks rell are. and i'm chief meteorologist jeff danieri. and in the north bay, low 60s at 10:00 a.m. fog persists, and we're tracking a weekend system. the timeline, coming up many. and then he just vanished. a wealthy real estate developer inveinstigators make a new investigators make a new discovery.
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new at 11:00, walnut creek police back at an apartment complex, investigating a fourth sexual assault there. the latest assault happened tonight at 6:00. someone attacked a woman inside her apartment. not clear how the suspect got
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inside. a berkeley man is in jail right now after being arrested on charges related to three other attacks this summer. it's not clear if or how the suspect in the latest attack knew the victim. kidnapping is now suspected in the case of a missing man in mexico originally from the marin area. lane gilbert, a wealthy real estate developer, was living in mexico when he disappeared nearly three weeks ago. his car was found near juaca. behind the wheel was a man who claimed it belonged to his employer. that man was also carrying gilbert's i.d. mexican police have not detained that man as a suspect. a decision on weather to move the chauncey bailey murder trial will beg[ñúñi madeçóñiñi r ñ xd forñr both men have
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still be allowed to operate. >> you could have mild to moderate violations and have a score as low as 50 and still be operating? >> if that is the first time, probably. >> reporter: how do you make sure street food is safe food? look for the latest inspection sticker and don't be afraid to ask for the health inspection report. >> roach coach is a misnomer. our truck is superclean. >> reporter: truck owners say that they welcome the inspection. >> one person gets sick, it's over for all of us. >> reporter: it keeps trucks up to code and changes the reputation of the trucks. >> it's amazing renovation with the food trucks. >> reporter: and imelda will work with truck owners to fix the violation. >> i'm sure you'll do that. thank you very much. >> reporter: making street food safer, one truck at a time.
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in san francisco, nbc bay area news. the health department says diners at the greatest risk when they eat from trucks that are unlanced. those trucks never expected. supervisors are working to make it easy year for them to get permits and operate legally. log on to nbc bay >> weatherwise, a nice day today. but some changes ahead? >> yes. we're talking about showers. you know, coming into the weekend forecast, one note on food trucks, i've had some better food off of those trucks than i have had some restaurants. sorry. let's take a look at current temperatures. been down here for white a while across the coastline. fog is so persistent. at the giants game earlier tonight, it was rolling right on in, right across the dodgers, playing begins the giants. 63 in san mateo. holding on to low to mid 60s.
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with low clouds as well. in the morning, mid 50s. for friday, our system we're watching is still offshore. we'll see mainly 70s inland. and we'll look at scattered showers back in the mix. here is a sign of the active pattern on the edge of the screen. cloud cover right here. that is a system we're not concerned about. that's left overremnants that pushes the northwest and canada today. our system poised well out here. about 600 miles away. you can see clouds hop, start to strengthen right there on the last loop and that will continue to get closer as we head into tomorrow. so the frontal system will edge slowly here, right into the bay area. you know, originally looked like the north bay would have showers by friday. they'll hold off at this point for friday. it's saturday that the north bay will get in on showers. let's get the timeline for everyone else. 7:00 p.m. friday, dry in north bay. as we head into 6:00 a.m. on
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saturday. still dry. not until late in the evening on saturday that the north bay gets in on showers. everyone else will see the chance of showers as we head into 6:00 a.m. on sunday and 6:00 p.m. on sunday. around a trace of an inch to .0 15 across the bare area. by 10:00 a.m., you get in on sunshine and mid 60s. across the bay area, low to mid 50s in the north bay and for the peninsula tomorrow. and tomorrow's temperatures, upper 70s to near 80 in the south bay. and look at the east bay. mid to upper 70s, out at the lafayette art and wine festival. it happens this weekend on saturday and sunday. make sure you stay tuned in to nbc bay area at 5:00 and 6:00 for the very latest on that. always fun going live with our weather. mid to upper 70s in the north bay as we look into tomorrow. morning time on the weather channel on cable, and you'll see a slight chance of showers in
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the north bay on saturday evening. sunday for everyone, a chance of scattered showers, and yes, ladies, we hit fall on wednesday, and, oh yeah, temperatures start to warm up. it feels like it's been like fall the past couple of months. >> so it will be summer, but it will be really be fall next week. i am not able to follow the whacky weather. >> thank you. >> thanks, jeff. >> still ahead,om c ces comes clean on a documentary on joaquin phoenix. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina.
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doesn't cover my kid's pediatrician. which is not cool. she was so fantastic. she had this sock puppet that she would use to explain exactly what she was doing and why she was doing it. i just wish there was someone to explain to me how i'm going to find another doctor like that. [ male announcer ] we know a good doctor is hard to find. have some of the largest networks in california
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so you can choose one that's right for you. blue shield. a shark warning tonight. a record number of shark-bitten sea otters were reported on the california coastline the past couple of months. the majority of those were in san luis obispo county. but others found in monterrey bay or southern san mateo county. this is a record for any month in california and an increase of shark activity unlike anything documented before. the reason for the freaky beard, bad singing and bizarre behavior finally revealed. casey is admitting his bizarre documentary, entitled "i'm still here" is a fake, just as everyone suspected. it follows phoenix as he announces he's retiring from
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acting and launching a rap career. a bad rap career. the whole thing was an act, including the awkward rambling bizarro appearance on "david letterman" show. he was dabbling in gonzo film making. duh. the giants knew a division lead could be coming in, and dodgers making their final appearance at the ballpark. a night to çóremember. plus, tempers flare at the 49ers practice. players mixing it up. and someone is leaking information on the inner workings of this team. that and more, coming up. [ female announcer ] we know jerry brown was mayor of oakland,
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but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results
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california needs now. right now, we have sports. and the giants moving on up. >> looked good tonight. we had it on nbc bay area.
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early may, 27 games into the season, when the giants last had the division lead, and with san diego losing a win, it puts the giants back on top. you rivals los angeles giants at the park. tommy lasorda, and audrey huff has the real connection. three-run shot for a lead that would only grow. this one no doubt for his newborn son jagger, born yesterday. and buster posey celebrating jagger's birth too. part of the story. starter jonathan sanchez, stellar. a career high 12 strikeouts on the way to a 10-2 win. and that division lead dave righetti spoke with us after the game. >> when you have talent, they end if they are healthy. and this is what you hope for. this is what we've been building on for four years. they get in the situations where
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there is meaningful gains and see how maturity comes out and i've been hoping for that as a coach. >> giants notes, they lead san diego by a half game. starting tomorrow night, the giants host the brewers over the weekend, and the season winding down. just 15 games remain. a few years back, deep throat and the watergate scandal is revealed. now a leak from santa clara. 49ers are fighting mad. watch 36, spencer unaware of what's coming. brooks, that punch to the head. earlier, there was a spirited hit during a drill. this extracurricular stuff captured on video, and mike singletary trying to keep it together, in the midst of a rat. here is thexd back story. alex smith, apparently not hearing the full play calls into his helmet from coordinator jimmy ray, recalling the call from the pressbox to the coach
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on the field, dismiss aed a yah! sports report revealing that communications breakdown. those loose lips being likened to a rat. >> i don't want to spend my time finding out who said this, who did that. the article is not factual, number one. number two, is i don't want to spend my time trying to find a rat. in time, the smell will come. >> i think i speak with good diction. i don't garble anything. i think i speak with good diction, and i think i express myself pretty well. so whoever yahoo! is, maybe he should come call the plays. >> google may already be working on that app. niners monday night against the super bowl champions saints. raiders first home game sunday. if you want to see it you have to be at the coliseum.
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this is the kund of thing that usually only happens in video games. cincinnati facing nc state, threatening to score on the pass. hit by the receiver, back to the defender's hand. fumbles. didn't matter, and nc state won, and turnover-filled game. so many turnovers in one play, and still no score. >> at least there are no rats. >> no rat. you can't smell it either. >> thank you for choosing nbc bay area news tonight. >> we'll see you tomorrow. bye-bye.
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